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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Cécile Pearl Cornioley

On September 22, 1943, Pearl parachuted into Occupied France. She was not yet thirty years old. She assumed the identity of a French national named Pauline and the codename, Wrestler. In wireless transmissions back to England, she was “Marie.” In Occupied France, she worked as a courier for Maurice Southgate. She often traveled by train, and as a way to disguise her intent, carried with her “pro-Nazi” French magazines. Henri’s father owned a cosmetics company named Isabelle Lancray, and Pearl had paperwork that provided a cover story of a cosmetic saleswoman to help explain why she traveled so much.

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Interview with Pat Jeanne Davis and a Giveaway!

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance, and the authors visiting my blog answered them! This week, I am so happy to have Pat Jeanne Davis as my guest. I L-O-V-E anything WWII, and I especially love reading an author who makes sure her research is spot on. Pat is giving away a copy of her latest release! Read on to see how you can enter to win!

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Monday Morning Coffee and Chat 4/27/20 – Autism Awareness, Hallee’s Brew, Temperance’s Trial

Hello! Welcome to Monday Morning Coffee and Chat! Today I’m talking about autism awareness week, the rewrite of my WWII novella TEMPERANCE’S TRIAL, and answering the question, “I’m always looking for yummy coffee… When will Hallee’s Brew be available?”

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